Disneyland Resort has released details about its ticket prices and new reservation system ahead of its reopening of Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park on April 30.
According to a blog post, since the parks will have a limited capacity due to state guidelines, the parks will manage attendance with a new reservation system, which would require all visitors to make a reservation ahead of time.
When the parks reopen, they will resume at 15% capacity, and only California residents will visit them.
A reservation and a ticket for the same park on the same date would be required for guests over 3 years old.
To make a reservation, guests will need a valid theme park admission ticket.
A calendar is now available that shows reservation dates.
On April 12, after 8 a.m. PT, people who purchased tickets before the pandemic shutdown will be able to buy tickets for Disneyland through the reservation system.
On April 15, after 8 a.m. PT, other California residents will be able to purchase tickets and make reservations.